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stick with recessed cast iron or tear out and go radiant?
Purchased a house with cast iron recessed radiators on a diverter tee setup. Old oil boiler that hasn't run in 3 years. Buried oil tank.
With the Wall's help 6 years ago I sized a constant circ system with a mod con/trv/steel radiator setup that has been amazing in our current home, so I'm not afraid of "new" tech.
I need to keep the oil since there's no gas. I'm not afraid to staple up pex since all the floor joists are open. I thought either that or keep the rads, ditch the diverter tees and go with a manifold and thermostats for each room.
Will current oil boiler technology allow me to do a constant circ low temp setup?
Thanks (again) in advance,